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Hi I am Jo…wife, lover, best friend and soulmate to Keith. Lover of all things to do with nature and the canals. I am passionate about the Waterways and its history.


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Friday, 3 January 2014

Up and dressed.

Yes I have a smile on my face today. Keith has managed to get up and dressed this morning. Over the past couple of days he has tried to get up and has sat in his chair for a short period before heading back to bed. But this morning, he got up and dressed. 

I am now hopeful that he is over the worst of what was thrown at him over Christmas and we can now get on with enjoying the start of a brand new year. 
I have taken the nurses uniform off, but I will not tempt fate by putting it away just yet. It is wonderful to see him actually looking more like his old self. Not that he is old, but you know what I mean. Today he finishes the antibiotics for the water infection, so fingers will be crossed that they have done their job. He has a couple more days worth of back medication, and then we will see what happens there. Next week he has an appointment with the Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant, to sort out his nose. I think 2014 is going to be a year of sorting out Keith's health, but getting him better is so important, so we can then get on with cruising again. 
I have been so very grateful for the help from people at our mooring and for all the support of bloggers, facebookers and twitters. Thank you you written support has been wonderful. xxxxxx

2 comments:

  1. Thats fantastic news Jo. Well done on your nursing skills. It cant have been easy watching the man you love being so ill. I know, I watched Ian go rapidly down hill when he had double pneumonia in 2009 and was so frustrated that I could do nothing to help him. Thank goodness for antibiotics. Give Keith all our love and well wishes. Lets hope 2014 will be the best year yet!

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  2. Happy New Year Irene and Ian.
    It is so hard to see your hubby so poorly. But your and I are strong women and that is what gets our men through their illnesses.
    May 2014 be kind to you both xxxxxxxxx

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